top of page

Sugar Reset 🚫🍫

Public·11 members
Dobrynya Shiryaev
Dobrynya Shiryaev

Subtitle The Machinist


Languages Available in: The download links above has The Machinist (El Maquinista)subtitles in Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Brazillian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Farsi Persian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Korean, Macedonian, Malay, Malayalam, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukranian, Vietnamese Languages.




subtitle The Machinist



The 3 books in The Machinist's Bedside Reader series are among the most popular books ever written for machinists! Written in a relaxed style, you'll actually enjoy reading technical information. The subtitle of the first book says it all: Projects, hints, tips and anecdotes of the trade. These books include detailed instructions and fully dimensioned working drawings for numerous tools and accessories you will want to make for use in your shop. (Even if you're a novice, you'll find the instructions easy to follow and very detailed.) They also contain much useful and timesaving shop know-how, some of which is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to find elsewhere. The information in these books has been gleaned from many and varied sources, including experienced machinists (and home shop guys) who are willing to share what they know. This first book includes fully dimensioned, working drawings and detailed instructions for several interesting projects including 15 practical machinists tools and lathe accessories such as: a finger plate (flat vise), a caliper-type knurling tool, a jig for sharpening small drills (1/8" to #60), 3 accessory lathe faceplates .... a handsome box latch that will mystify your friends a shop-made sling swivel base PLUS you'll learn much useful shop know-how to help you get things done faster and easier in your shop. how to sharpen a center punch - properly. what lube to use for tapping and machining copper how to design and fit split cotters. how to hold thin work in the lathe chuck. You'll also enjoy the several machine shop anecdotes, and the fascinating account of a little lathe made "from nothing" in a Japanese POW camp. And you'll learn "The Secret of the Old Master," in a heartwarming story by Lucian Cary. One machinist reported that he got a pay raise as a direct result of using a tip from these books because he had enabled his employer to do a job for a profit instead of a loss!


American Machinists' Handbook was a McGraw-Hill reference book similar to Industrial Press's Machinery's Handbook. (The latter title, still in print and regularly revised, is the one that machinists today are usually referring to when they speak imprecisely of "the machinist's handbook" or "the machinists' handbook".)


American Machinists' Handbook, co-edited by Fred H. Colvin and Frank A. Stanley, went through eight editions between 1908 and 1945. In 1955, McGraw-Hill published The new American machinist's handbook. Based upon earlier editions of American machinists' handbook, but perhaps the book did not compete well enough with Machinery's Handbook. No subsequent editions were produced.


Disclaimer: Msone is a non-profit initiative. Msone do not support or propogate piracy. It is only a platform for providing Malayalam subtitles to other language films. The site do not share files of movies in any form. If you have any objection about any of the posters uploaded on this site you can reach us on this email: [email protected] 041b061a72


About

Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...

Members

  • LifeAtSHP
  • William Ong
    William Ong
  • Airam Rojas Zerpa
    Airam Rojas Zerpa
  • Otto Zykov
    Otto Zykov
  • Ezekiel Wood
    Ezekiel Wood
bottom of page